This guy. He was like a monkey up there. No fear, just climbing from limb to limb.
K’den, this is what I was seeing on Wednesday. See it? Looks like a really mean face. And sticking out his tongue, too.
Driving home from Estacada today, I pulled over to take photos of these clouds. I love checking to see what I can in clouds…and today I saw one particular thing:
Mahalo, AFK, foa giving me da idea foa dis post. She commented, “An haccome yo group is called “Math Doesn’t Lie”? Or is dat too long to go into here?”
Nah, not long at all. So, I get chree odda friends I get togedda wit every Saturday we can foa some knitting time. And sometimes wat we knitting stay reeyo complicated and we (except foa a former microbiologist/math wahine) come all hamajang cuz our stitches, and no can figga out wea da kapakahi-ness comes from. We think we wen follow da pattern right, so hakum at da end of da row da knitting no match da pattern?
I have so many photos of this tree coming down that I’m not gonna try put them all in one post. Although really, how many photos and videos can I put up here without totally boring you to tears? (“Oh yeah, another photo. It’s a tree. It’s getting cut down. So?”) Well, I’ll start anyway. Tell me “pau awreddy!” if you’re bored.
This was our glorious tree last October.
So, I thought it’d be fun to do another da kine post, since the chances of me catching up are pretty nil.
This first photo shows a Comcast guy ‘way up on his ladder, reattaching a cable that had come down, thanks to the big maple tree in the middle of our driveway. No way I’d climb up that high.
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So today I was knitting on a sock while I got my car serviced. I also needed a new headlight. I thought I had LED ones and that it wouldn’t be a big deal, or a huge cost, to get it replaced. Wrong! Wrong to da max! My car has HID lights. And just one of them was….are you ready? $300!!! Because it has the ballast already in it or something. I love how bright they are, but sheesh!! I hope the other one doesn’t go out soon. And on our dark country roads, having my headlight back is a good thing.
I used to change my own headlights. Simple. Buy the bulb. Open the hood. Take out the old bulb. Install the new one. Not any more.
But I knit on a sock while I was there and I didn’t have to wait too long; at least my socks don’t cost that much.